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RAE 2008

fine art

 

David Howells

Hourly Paid Lecturer - Fine Art

RAE Outcomes

Research interests
(i) How is the future visualised? This follows from my MA dissertation on the Reconstruction of the Berlin Stadtschloss as an Historical Projection. I am pursuing further research in this area with a view to a PhD proposal, possibly under Adrian Rifkin as supervisor. In the mean time, I am writing an article (provisional title: Crystal Palace: Archaeology of the Future) for Activate magazine.

(ii) A cognitive approach to drawing. In particular, a generic approach to graphic practices which might encompass drawing and writing equally. This follows from my teaching on the Drawing Systems modules and editorial role in Knight's Move journal.


Selected group exhibitions

July 2002 - The Vanishing City, Programma Arts Centre, Mexico City, curated by Nico de Oliveira and Nici Oxley

October 2006 - Everydebris, St.Pauls Gallery, London, curated by Dawn Shorten and Joby Williamson

November 2006 - Proces, Prague, curated by Dimitri Berzon and Mark Divo


Conferences and papers

April 2003 - paper: Horsetime and the Movement Image, Journeys Across Media Forum, Reading University.

June 2006 - paper: The Subliminal Message, FAB research seminar, LMU

July 2006 - convening of gallery talk, P&S Recipe Shop with Dermot O'Brien, IMT Gallery, London

October 2006 - convening of gallery talk, Everydebris, St. Paul's Gallery, London


Publications

Knight's Move, a new journal of writing as visual art practice, launched November 2006, David Risley gallery, London





 
 
 
 
 
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